Mont St. Michel - A World Heritage site it is widely regarded as one of the 7 wonders of the modern world. The medieval town with half timbered buildings built into the rockface is only 45 minutes away and should not be missed.
Cancale - is one of the premier ports for seafood in France. The oysters and mussels are world reknowned. Cancale is about an hour from the house.
St. James - is only 10 minutes drive away and has one of the largest American World War II cemeteries with over 4400 graves.
Fougères - is only 20 minutes away and has a superb medieval chateau which is the largest in Brittany. There is also a large forest which is ideal for walking and cycling.
Saint-Malo - the old city of the sea was almost completely destroyed in 1944. Since then it has been faithfully restored including the complete inner city ramparts. There are several long sandy beaches.
Dinan - is a lovely old medieval town on a hill with granite and timbered buildings. Below the old town is a quaint port on the river Rance.
Dinard - is a fashionable seaside town on the Emerald coast, near to Saint-Malo. There are picturesque beaches and promenades.
Le Tour de France - the route in 2013 had 3 stages within an hour of the house. Hopefully 2014 will be as successful and we can't wait for Le Grand Depart in Yorkshire! Allez, allez, allez!
Vitré - was once one of the region’s most important towns and has beautiful 15th & 16th-century medieval buildings and chateau.